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to join you as your running mate. [applause] i want to tell you about mitt romney. mitt romney is a leader with the skills, the background and character that our country needs at this crucial time in its history. following four years of failed leadership, the hopes of our country which have inspired the world, are growing dim. they need someone to revive them. governor romney is the man for this moment. he and i share one commitment -- we will restore the greatness of this country. [applause] i want you to meet my family. my wife -- [applause] our daughter liza and our sons charlie and sam. [applause] i am surrounded by the people i love. i love you, too. and i have been asked by governor romney to serve the country that i love. janesville, wisconsin, as where i was born and raised and i never really left it. it is our home now for the last 14 years, i have proudly represented wisconsin in congress. there i have focused on solving the problems that confront our country, turning ideas into action and action into solutions. i am committed in heart and mind to put in that experience to work i
candidato y ha dicho que a aprendido espaÑol. >>> mi padre mitt romney es un padre de familia, es un gran esposo, somos una naciÓn de inmigrante y estamos unidos de tener el sueÑo americano. >>> estaba hablando en espaÑol el hijo de mitt romney. >>> dicen que presidente barack obama tiene que aceptar sus acciÓns y su responsabilidad. >>> mitt romney se estÁ preparando para dar el discurso mÁs importante de su vida polÍtica y luego va a dar los argumentos porque piensa que Él yo no presidente barack obama tiene que ver el nuevo presidente y tenemos un adelanto de lo que va hablar. >>> (hablando en inglÉs). >>> esta noche en esta sala mitt romney va a dar el discurso mÁs importante de su vida y va a tener que presentarse a los votante y cambiar la opiniÓn de los hispanos que no lo ven como un amigo. >>> puede decir algo pare no creo que la comunidad latina la va a llevar al corazÓn. >>> la dura polÍtica contra los indocumentados dice que el 63% quiere presidente barack obama y el 28% quiero a mitt romney. >>> ¿podrÁn cambiar esto?. >>> la estrategia de la campaÑa es tener or
four. there was nothing they could do. >> a pro-obama super pac and prius mitt romney was -- and ply as mitt romney responsible for someone's cancer. >> under obama's plan, he would not have to work. >> i want to sit thank you to president bill clinton. >> president clinton. >> president bill clinton. >> both sides display of affection for bill clinton. as syria is pounded into rubble, even the president's supporters ask where is the united states. and, the mission to mars. they did not build this baby in the united states. -- did not build this baby in china. >> well, pulling in the key states of florida, ohio, and pennsylvania tell us that a lot of voters think a second obama term would be bad news for them financially, but according to a new poll, 56% of people have a favorable view of president obama, and mitt romney is that 40%. you have to go back to 1984 for a number that low, however,it has been such an uplifting week. let's start with campaign ads. we the to the pro-obama super pac add that implies that mitt romney is responsible for the wife. >> she passed away in 22 days.
the and fixable and to help people perform to their highest potential. mitt romney is the right man at the right time, and will be a great leader for our country. it is my honor to nominate mitt it is my honor to nominate mitt romney for the office of united states -- for the office of president of united states of america. [applause] >> the chair recognizes the delegates from the great state of virginia. >> throughout his life, people have turned to a leader when they needed help. each time, mitt romney answered the call and he led. mitt romney, with him of the become agrees, and diligence has succeeded at everything he has done. as a governor, with a cabinet, it was 50% women. a turnaround at the scandal- plagued olympics. as a father, a grandfather, and a trusted friend. he is a man uniquely prepared and committed to lead america at this critical point when we can do so much better with the right leadership. i am so pleased that this week the american people are again leading this man in seeing with some many of us to know what we have always seen, this is a man to admire, trust,
llega el gran dÍa para mitt romney que tratarÁ de convencer al votante indecid. >> peligro al volumen apantvola de alarma, los 7 dolores de alerta que una mujer nunca debe ignorar, ediciÓn del jueves comienza ya. >> hola ¿quÉ tal? desde la sede de la convenciÓn en tampa donde mitt romney estarÁ aquÍ para hablar sobre que serÁ con dato a la presidencia de los estados unidos, estuvo jefe buch y el dijo de mitt romney que hablÓ en espaÑol y vemos el momento que el aÚn virtual candidato mitt romney abandonaba el hotel para estar en la sede de la convenciÓn y ahora nos vamos a luisiana, azotada por isaac y ahÍ estÁ cristina con los detalles buenas tardes cristina. >> josÉ buenas tardes estamos viviendo un rato despejado, luna llena y algo de brisa en una nuevo o nueva orleans que trata de volver a la normalidad, batiÓ todos los retos de acumulaciÓn de lluvia, un lago te trago a varÍas comunidades a sus orillas. >> isaac seguÍa azotando y esmero jeend a comunidades en nueva oro laensz, el lago alcanzara niveles rÉcord y el trÁgico le tocÓ al padre de su muy mejo
. >> to be fair to the republicans. >> we'll write that down. and as we go back to you, mitt romney has a big job tomorrow night in a very competitive presidential election. he gets his shot at the american people tomorrow night in this tampa convention hall. >>> pressure is clearly on mitt romney for tomorrow night. you will be here. i'll be here. our entire team will be here forward to that next week. the democratic convention in charlotte looking forward to that as well. for all of us, thank you very much for watching. >> cnn's hurricane headquarters with a live update for you as it moves over land. very heavy rainfall. we have tornado watches in effect. as of the last 15 minutes, the national weather service in hall sas see issuing a warning. cross the i-5. the i-10 core door. very dangerous situation. it could obscure this tornado. it is falling apart but it is the outer bands becoming very linear. you can see one of them happening right now. we will have more updates as they are available. >>> the beer is flowing and the buzz is all about paul ryan's big speech. mitt romney's running mate t
america back to prosperity and greatness. that man is standing right next to me. his name is mitt romney, and he will be the next president of the united states of america. my dad died when i was young. he was a good and decent man. there are a few things he would say that have just always stuck with me. he would say, son, you're either part of the problem or part of the solution. well, regrettably, president obama has become part of the problem and mitt romney is the solution. the other thing my dad would always say is that every generation of americans leaves their children better off. that's the american legacy. sadly for the first time in our history, we are on a path which will undo that legacy. that is why we need new leadership to become part of the solution, new leadership to restore prosperity, economic growth and jobs. it is our duty to save the american dream for our children and theirs. i believe -- i believe there is no person in america who is better prepared because of his experience, because of the principles he holds, and because of his achievements in excellence in so m
also tracks mitt romney's net worth. (laughter) monday night, the whole thing was over in ten minutes, but last night more than made up for that by going on forever. (laughter) oh, the speeches! the pageantry! the fun! it was like christmas morning... (laughter). it was like christmas morning if santa kept all the gifts for himself and filled stockings with clean coal. (laughter) nowerynight this week has a different theme. last night's theme was "we built it." "it," being, i assume mitt romney. (laughter) i always wondered who assembled him because that is quality work. but, of course, there's really only one mission for this entire week. >> i think a big part of this week is telling the mitt romney story of... about a good and decent man that knows how to fix things. >> we're going to tell the mitt romney story, which is a story about the american dream. >> this week is about telling the mitt romney story. >> we have to tell the mitt romney story. >> we need to tell the mitt romney story. >> we have to tell the mitt romney story. >> it's also telling the mitt romney story. (laughter
to join you as your running mate. i want to tell you about mitt romney. mitt romney is a leader with the skills, the background and the character that our country needs at this crucial time in its history. following four years of failed leadership, the hopes of our country, which have inspired the world are growing dim. they need someone to revive them. governor romney is the man for this moment. and he and i share one commitment. we will restore the greatness of this country. i want you to meet my family. this is my wife janna. our daughter liza and our sons charlie and sam. i'm surrounded by the people i love. i love you, too. and i've been asked by governor romney to serve the country that i love. janesville, wisconsin, is where i was born and raised, and i never really left it. it's our home now. for the last 14 years, i have proudly represented wisconsin in congress. there i have focused on solving the problems that confront our country, turning ideas into action and action into solutions. i am committed, in heart and mind, to putting that experience to work in a romney adm
and gloria borger. mitt romney's amazing moment under the tears, the balloons, the speech in his life. how did he do? we are going to find out. a candidate talking about his faith, his family and laying out his case against president obama. >>> i wish president obama had succeeded, because i want america to succeed. but his promises gave way to disappointment and division. this isn't something we have to accept. now is the moment when we can do something and with your help, we will do something. now is the moment where we can stand up and say, i'm an american. i make my dissteny. we deserve better. my children deserve better. my family deserves better. my country deserves better. >> mitt romney's big speech the moment everyone is talking about is the legend clint eastwood talking to of all things, an empty chair. >> what do you want me to tell romney? i can't tell him to do that. can't do that to himself. you are absolutely crazy. you are getting as bad as biden. >> if you are wondering where clint eastwood got that crazy idea, it all looked a bit familiar to me. from piers morgan tonight.
everybody wanted to see from him. it raises the bar for what mitt romney has to do. that is why republicans have been dying for. somebody who can articulate conservative theology in a way that will resonate with people are not conservatives a. >> that is a huge concern to democrats. i have been getting e-mails saying, this might sound good but there is so much not based on fact. there are things there fact checking on. that is not what most voters will look at. it was a very strong speech. >> the paul ryan we saw will be more difficult to demonize or attack. a top republican said this is the best convention speech they have had since ronald reagan. he nailed the line about them lie in the in their bedrooms staring at the obama posters, that is the line of the convention. he went on to say medicare is a promise. we are going to keep it. >> if you think about all the boxes you have to check in a speech like this, you need to indict obama, liberalism, defended mitt romney, a commonality on faith. he hit it on every line. >> he did the generational shift. the ipod joke went well. he continued a
of us. from iowa, this is mike huckab night and god bless. >> the ticket is set as governor mitt romney selected paul ryan roin to be his running mate. he was unveiled as vice-presidential nominee earlier this morning. we'll get exclusive reaction from former vice-president dick cheney. we'll look at the highlights and governor mitt romney's introduction began with a hicup. let's take a >> join me in welcoming the next president of the united states, paul ryan. ♪ >> every now and then i am known to make a mistake. i can tell you who is going to be the next vice-president of the united states. >> this is a crucial moment in the life of our nation and it is absolutely vital that we select the right man to lead america back to prosperity and greatness. that man is standing right next to me. he is mitt romney and he will be the next president of the united states of my dad died when i was young and he was a good and decent man and certain things he said always stuck with me. he would say son, you are either part of the problem or part of the solution. well regretably president obama has b
ryan. my first reaction this showed candidate mitt romney is serious on tackling the defining issue of our time which is economy and jobs. your reaction. >> i am a big man of paul's. i think he's done a tremendous job in the house. he's been there 14 years and jumped over colleagues and president of the budget committee and worked on the potential train wreck we all face as a result of our long-term debt problem. i can't think of a better choice. i think it is a vital one and i want to give governor mitt romney high marks for making it i think what he's done put front and center in the campaign somebody who is spent time and energy addressing the most serious problem we have. my hats are off to him and i think he would make a great choice. >> i think a lot of people don't get why this choice was made and their analysis has been faulty in a lot of ways. and the analysis that he picked paul ryan. why did he pick paul ryan and it is about medicare. i actually think he picked him because he want to deal directly and create a comparative election. a choice election if you will on the iss
>> today on "face the nation," mitt romney picks his man. >> the next president of the united states, paul ryan. >> not quite. let's try that 15. >> every now and then i'm known to make a mistake. i did not make a mistake with this guy. but i can tell you this-- he's going to be the next vice president of the united states. glord congressman paul ryan of wisconsin has lots of appeal to both side-- >> we had the largest deficit and the biggest federal government since world war ii. >> but democrats like the pick, too. they say his plan to cut medicare and social programs is sure to drive voters their way. ryan is with mitt romney in north carolina this morning, and we'll get the latest there from jan crawford. the obama campaign's stephanie cutter will square off against the romney campaign's eric fehrnstrom, and we'll hear from one-time republican candidate newt gingrich, who was not all that keen during the primaries about paul ryan's medicare plan. >> i don't think right wing social engineering is any more desirable than left wing social engineer. >> plus we'll have analysis
. paul ryan called mitt romney the turn-around man. he said the country has had the talk and now we need a turn-around. the chile for mitt romney tomorrow. is it to be i'm mr. nuts and bolts or should you like me. you can trust me. more personal. >> it is to be -- set the vision of where we could go under his leadership is compelling. if could i use a metaphor. like a plane. i think paul ryan put one wing on the plane last night. ann romney put another wing on the plane. condi rice put some fuel in the engine. now mitt romney has to fly the plane. >> if some voters are thinking about firing the president, they have to look at mitt romney tomorrow night as his replacement. you know, you can't fire somebody until you know who is going to take his place. that's what mitt romney has to do. make himself presidential. >> i think for mitt romney, conventional wisdom, he has to be more likable. connect with people. in this case conventional wisdom is accurate. he needs to have people click and like him. sort of the way paul ryan does. the moment i was waiting for was the elevator thing. paul rya
hablando en esta convenciÓn republicana y hoy le dieron al ex gobernador de massachusetts mitt romney los votos que faltan junioed junto compaÑero de fÓrmula paul ryan. >>> el tormenta tropical isaac en esta mÉxico y tenemos la informaciÓn al respecto de esta noticia a continuaciÓn. >>> ¿quÉ tal? buenas tardes tenemos a tormenta tropical isaac y se los presento y estÁn en el estado de luisiana y en la ciudad de nueva orleans y hemos visto pasar a los carros de policÍa , pero las calles estÁn solas, los vientos han ido cobrando fuerzas hasta que lleÓo el huracÁn temido por toda la zona del golfo de mÉxico. > >>> rÁfagas cada vez mas altas estÁn anunciando la llegada de tormenta tropical isaac a las costas de mÉxico y esta vez las personas van a enfrentar la tormenta en casa. >>> el presidente barack obama ha dicho que no hay que tentar a la suerte y es este es el primer huracÁn para estas personas. >>> y por eso han comprado mÁs de lo necesario y tienen precauciones. >>> este vecino si tiene en la memoria katrina, la familia se fuÉ y el se negÓ a salir hasta que las c
until the 2012 election. the obama super pac commercial has mitt romney whining. republicans are on defense and ann coulter is calling for the head of romney's spokesperson? gosh, it's getting interesting. >>> all that and harry reid is starting to reveal more information about his source. i'm loving it. hope you are too. this is "the ed show," let's get to work. >>> the past when people pointed out that something was inaccurate, why campaigns pulled the ad, they were embarrassed. >> the debate over the joe soptic ad hits fever pitch. mitt romney is crying foul in a stunning display of hypocrisy. journalist michael kinsley says the ad is fair game and he joins us tonight. >>> newt gingrich admits romney's welfare commercial is full of holes. >> we have no proof today. >> democratic strategist chris kofinis agrees and he's fear to set it straight tonight. >> corporations are people, my friend. >> romney thinks corporations are people, but when it comes to releasing his tax returns, mitt says he's not a business. the big panel weighs in on the romney reverse. >>> and the romney
else was corey jog graphed nearly perfectly from 9:00. >> didn't mitt romney go to harvard law school? >> yes, he did. >> it should have been maybe a minute or two minutes. it went on 12, 13, 14 minutes or whatever and i didn't understand what he was doing. and i was on the floor and i was looking at the folks and they were embarrassed. these were republicans. they didn't know what this was all -- was he joking? it was very -- >> i think that's true, wolf. but clint eastwood isn't going to be on the ballot. he did not give his best performance, let's say that. but he did make it socially acceptable to laugh at barack obama. and one of barack obama's weaknesses is because of his pretension. >> you have to have a certain level of respect. >> you can laugh at anybody. >> you can do that -- you can do that, alec, but not at a presidential convention when you want to show that mitt romney is up to that, you don't go over -- you know what, let's play -- let's play that little clip and then we'll continue this conversation. watch this. >> what do you want me to tell romney? i can't tell him
we've been saying here at "hardball" for a year. that the romney mitt romney is selling out there is not the mitt romney his own chief spokesperson is now admitting to be the very same mitt romney who governed massachusetts and did what his new friends keep telling themselves he should never have done, which just happens to be something he should be bragging about, not hiding under the bed. well, that's "hardball" for now. thanks for bed. that's "hardball" for now. the ed she starts now. >> good evening, americans. welcome to the ed show from new york. 90 days before the 2012 election and a hard hitting commercial has mitt romney's campaign has the mitt romney campaign on the path to destruction. this is the ed show. >> she passed away in 22 days. i don't think mitt romney realizes what he has done to anyone. >> a hard hitting ad has his campaign in a tail spin. >> for people had been in massachusetts, they would have had health care. >> republicans are jumping all over the romney camp awe response. >> that's a potential gold mine for obamaites. >> what he is in on the conse
on the introduction but paul ryan will join mitt romney in the race for the white house. >> live and in hd, this is abc 7 news at 6:00. on your side. >> after weeks of speculation about who the boss presidential candidate would be, we finally know it is a wisconsin congressman paul ryan. >> he joined mitt romney this morning for the announcement. then they hop on a bus and have been making stops in risch -- virginia. we have live coverage tonight. and the local paul ryan is. -- and a look at who paul ryan is. excited to see the candidates? >> the galvanized crowd here. hundreds crowding in to see these two. this is the first time most folks from our area have seen mitt romney and paul ryan together in person on stage. the game is on. mitt romney and his newly announced a running mate, paul ryan, hit the stage. ryan is the conservative architect of the gop plan to cut deficits. democrats have been sharply critical of cuts to programs like medicaid. in manassas which has a strong pitch -- tea party presence, paul ryan is a popular among the gop faithful who braved the heat d.c. the new repub
candidates out of the pool. the backwash from that effort has forced mitt romney and paulson into a debate over social issues they mostly agree about instead of about the economy. even the weather seemed to be conspiring against the g.o.p. as tropical storm isaac threatened to become a hurricane that could knock the convention all schedule. are republicans scrambling this week, dan? >> the convention next week will be a completely scripted event and this week has been completely unscripted and it has caused problems for the romney campaign, problems for the republican apart as a whole and it is obviously not the way they hoped to do the run-up to tampa. most of us had not heard of todd akin, congressman from missouri, until last week and you in he's probably the most famous member of the apart. how did he become such a story? >> his name will be synonymous with many things, the first is making -- not only inappropriate but nobody could understand what he was thinking about kind of comments, saying if there's a legitimate rape, whatever that term means, that women have this ability to shut
for "the last word with lawrence o'donnell." have a great night. >>> mitt romney's defenders must be getting tired of defending his refusal to release his tax returns, because now they're attacking harry reid. >> let him prove that he has paid taxes. >> attacks against senate majority leader harry reid. >> the word's out that he hasn't paid any taxes for ten years. >> i'm not going to respond to a dirty liar. >> i think he's lying. >> do you think harry reid's a dirty liar? >> i just said it. >> i think he's making things up. >> i just said it. >> you think the leader of the senate is lying? >> i really do. >> i think republican have kind of misplayed this. >> i'll triple down on my comments. >> he's not doing this ringside at a boxing match in vegas. >> let them call names. >> i know that governor romney could clear this up in ten seconds. >> brilliant politics. >> i give you nothing on that. >> claim that mitt romney is withholding his tax returns. well, that's not a claim. he is. >> i would have put out five or six years. >> a huge amount of income, paying a tiny amount of tax.
be." that's the problem for mitt romney. romney and his campaign continue to chase this rabbit down the hole by demanding full disclosure from harry reid as to his source on mitt romney's undisclosed tax returns. but even "the wall street journal" admits that the problem is not, in fact, reid's attack on romney's returns, but mitt romney's tax returns themselves. it's 92 days until the presidential election. and what the romney campaign doesn't seem to get with is that it's "put up or shut up" line is that when we're talking about an attack on romney's undisclosed tax returns, we're actually still talking about the fact that mitt romney hasn't shown us his tax returns. joining me now are jon rolston, political analyst for the "las vegas sun," and karen finney, former dnc communications director and an msnbc contributor. great to see you both. jon, you are our resident harry reid expert here. and i want to ask you, does it surprise anybody that harry reid is taking a tough tact on this and not backing down? >> well, he'll never back down, alex. and i think it's just humorous to hear
mitt romney who played it safe making that kind of gamble. >> reporter: there are upsides, ryan is an energetic debater and campaigner. at just 42, he would add youthful vigor to the ticket. ryan would help romney in wisconsin and across the midwest. >> i think he does get wisconsin but more importantly he gets blue collar conservative that i think is the heart of the republican party. >> reporter: tapping ryan is a big gamble because of the house gop budget that bears his name. up to now romney has done everything to make the campaign a referendum. add ryan to the ticket and there's no escaping this. other potential downsides, ryan never ran statewide. he has no foreign policy experience and some question whether a 42-year-old house member is ready to be commander in chief. >> one of the stars over the next 10, 20 years. whether he's ready at this moment only the campaign trail can tell. he's going to get -- i tell you he's going to take a real beating. >> reporter: ryan said family history makes him a fitness fen attics. >> my dad died of a heart attack at 55 my grandfather at
of our country, join mitt romney and me, let's give this effort everything we have! let's see this all the way through. that's get this done! thank you and god bless you all! [ cheering and applause ] >> woodruff: the vice presidential nominee of the republican party, congressman paul ryan of wisconsin you can see the crowd, you can see their reaction, let's go right to the floor to jeffrey brown to see what people are saying. >> brown: judy, you can hear behind me this really stirred up the crowd. they were ready for this. by far the loudest and most enthusiastic that has been down here. i what tonight give quick credit to the two women who went to -- it was condoleezza rice and susana martinez with humor that really keyed up the crowd for paul ryan and got them ready and when he came on they were ready. and it's exuberance right behind me. >> woodruff: we're looking at paul ryan which is still -- they're going off the stage. this is the kind of excitement they were hoping for all night. it was. we saw condoleezza rice as jeffrey said it was both rice and governor martinez who got
ally and friend, israel. >> i don't remember mitt romney asking carl rove's super pac to pull this ad, which falsely edits president obama's comments about businesses. >> people who've worked hard started a business and created jobs can't believe what president obama's saying about them. >> if you got a business, you didn't build that. >> now mitt romney wants candidates to ask super pacs to pull ads? but not too long ago, mitt romney was singing a much different tune. >> the super pacs that are out there running ads, ron paul's, mine, yours, as you know, that is not my ad. i don't write that ad, i can't tell them not to. >> no doubt, mitt romney has a double standard about campaign ads, but what really bothers me and i think a lot of other americans is romney calling joe soptic's ad inaccurate. here are the only things joe soptic says about mitt romney in the super pac ad. >> i don't think mitt romney understands what he's done to people's lives by closing the plant. i don't think he realizes that people's lives completely changed. i do not think mitt romney realizes what he's done t
mitt romney on favorability by a 19-point spread. 53% view president obama favorably, 43% view him unfavorably. 40% view mitt romney favorably, while 49% view him unfavorably. romney's unfavorable score has increased 18 points this year. the pollster notes that mitt romney is laboring under the lowest personal popularity ratings for a presumptive presidential nominee in mid-summer election-year polls pack to, wait for it, the year 1984. and today, a new reuters poll shows that among registered voters nationally, president obama leads mitt romney by seven points, 49 to 42%. joining me now, "the huffington post's" sam stein, and msnbc's karen finney. thank you both for joining me tonight. but before we get to anything, let us listen to ann coulter once again. >> anyone who donates to mitt romney, and i mean the big donors, ought to call mitt romney and say, if andrea saul isn't fired and off the campaign tomorrow, they are not giving another dime. because it is not worth fighting for this man if this is the kind of spokesman he has, to respond to an ad like this by citing health care
coast. 3:00 a.m. out west and 5:ooa.m. in wisconsin. >>> sources tell us that mitt romney is picking paul ryan. the chair of the house budget committee has been sharply critical of president obama's economic policies and outspoken fiscal conservative. take a look at this. the romney/ryan website is up and running. he's expected to make the announcement in norfolk, virginia. ryan monroe is the editor of cnnpolitics.com. he's joining us from our washington bureau. sources telling cnn that it will be paul ryan. what do you think? what do you think he brings to the ticket? >> this is either going to be his boldest move or probably his riskiest mistake. paul ryan is a galvanizing force. for conservative republicans, he's seen as the voice behind conservatism. he is the voice that wants to get rid of medicare. if either of those are truthful, it will be a lightning rod in this campaign. >> why make the announcement today, saturday morning, olympics going on, he's about to kick off his bus tour. a lot thought he would do this later on. >> a saturday announcement get us sunday morning air ti
>> i am john roberts in for chris wallace. mitt romney selects paul ryan and shapes up the race for the white house. >> i can tell you who will be the next vice-president of the united states. >> how will the romney-ryan ticket be perceived. last former presidential candidate on "fox news sunday". both sides are filling the air waves with negative ads. we'll ask the sunday panel if they are going too far on "fox news sunday". hello, again from fox news in washington. governor rom romm and paul ryan are campaigning in north carolina and wisconsin today. we'll talk about the gop ticket with our guests and first the latestt from james rosen who is in moorsville, north carolina for us today. james? >> john, good to be with you. by one measure the selection of congressman ryan is a success. romney campaign took in four million in the first 7 hours after the big roll out. aids to governor ryan hoped that the addition of ryan young and cath lickk would change the polls. the latest fox news polls released on thursday night showed president obama opening up a nine-point league. one marke
. >>> we're now just an hour from what mitt romney's own aides are calling his most important speech ever. we're live inside the republican national convention hall in tampa, florida, where the excitement is really building for the nominee's acceptance speech. ken. >> reporter: shortly before mr. romney's acceptance speemp, we'll hear from actor cling eastwood. he was a mystery speaker until that mystery was revealed late this afternoon. many in this hall will be wanting to hear from him as well. here is mitt romney a few hours ago looking very relaxed as he took a campaign photo with his staff in front of the stage on this historic day. before his speech tonight, big name musicians will perform such as taler hicks and to show their support for mitt romney a group of olympic tale tales will speak tonight. in one of the first speeches of tonight's primetime hour, clintd eastwood will address the thousands of delegates. all of that is a warm-up to the most important speech mitt romney has delivered. >> right now what's keep thing race close is that voters are not sure they know who he is an
ago that the republican white house candidate mitt romney is going to reveal his vice presidential candidate. this is going to happen at a major campaign stop on saturday. in the u.s. state of virginia a few hours from now. a little over eight hours from now. we are expecting that announcement to be made after weeks and weeks of speculation. wolf blitzer is with us in d.c. and john king is with us as well. wolf, what are the choices and the possibilities? >> the short -- [ no audio ] >> i am not hearing wolf. if you can hear me, start again. if we lost wolf, we will go to john. i think we lost wolf. we have been having a little problems with the connection there, but we will get it back. john king, if i can get you to pick up on that, we are resetting here and wanting to tell people that the announcement is just hours away. we don't know who it is, but remind us of the possibilities. >> a little under nine hours from now, the former massachusetts governor will be the republican nominee for president. the convention is a couple of weeks away. we have been waiting who will be his par
on the storm track in just a minute. >> first the storm keeping the presumptive republican nominee mitt romney in new hampshire. karl cameron is traveling with the governor and reports the storm isn't just effecting plants in pam taw. when eye sack hitting florida and most of monday's events canceled in tampa mitt romney attended church in new hampshire kept a watchful iep on the storm. >> is this where the romney olympics took place? >> he brought up romney care his massachusetts over hall. >> i was the guy who was able to get healthcare for all of the women and men in my state. talking about it at the federal level we did something and did it without cutting medicare and without raising taxes. >> with the race virtually tied and on the electrical college he is hoping for a bounce with swing voters and investment that mocked democrats for accusing him of u.s. economic disloyalty. >> don't have any foreign products japanese tv's or foreign cars. i could have done that. but i did live my life and expect by virtue of disclosing all of these things people can take a look and see whether that is s
that are just going crazy. >> laura: after so many unfair and vicious attack ads against mitt romney, the president now says it's the conservative super pacs that are going crazy. we'll examine the outrageous hypocrisy. >> i work six days a week every day for four years for a 12-second race. the fact that they just tore me apart, it was just heart breaking. >> laura: olympic track star lolo jones gets emotional after the "new york times" accuses her of caring more about her image than her athletic performance. >> i don't think i should be ripped apart by media. >> laura: caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone and "the factor" begins right now. >> laura: hello, everyone. i'm laura ingraham in for bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. what mitt romney has to do to turn his campaign around. that's a summing of this evening's talking points memo. i realize that some of you won't like hearing this, but if the election were held today, romney would probably lose. two surveys released within hours of each other by cnn and fox reported obama up by 7 and 9 points respective
in wisconsin we won't know until tomorrow morning but mitt romney will let the nation know as he kicks off this bus tour. a fox tour exclusive, romney will be announcing his running mate tomorrow morning 9:00 a.m. norfolk, virginia. >> carl you're breaking up there just a little bit. i want to stay with you for just a moment. paul ryan is leaving for vacation with his family at this point. >> that is right. virtually his life, mr. ryan has been vacationing at this time of the year in colorado. those plans have been made some many weeks, months and years in tradition, before. but should it be paul ryan and he'll answer the call by coming to the uss wisconsin. in norfolk, tomorrow, on the other hand one cannot rule out the possibility of a slide. mitt romney is known for cautious assessment of assets and liabilities he's one willing to do what is necessary to win. and time and again has shown what krumpbl time has come, he's been able to step up to meet the challenge. and this vice presidential nominee could be someone who hasn't been prominently featured. and as custom yairy for process at
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